Friday, 22 April 2016

WHITE SHIRT & DENIM














During my last post (Maxi Dress see here) I realised that I have a love for simple, easy to throw together, no fuss, minimum effort pieces.

Lately my day to day style has been ultra casual, opting if I'm honest for comfort over style.....
Yes we all know heels, glamorous and well thought out outfits look a zillion times better, but in all honestly, I sometimes (like lately) just cannot be ars*d!

I love nothing more than just throwing on some trainers and just making my outfit work regardless.
As well as living in my trainers, basics have also become my staple wardrobe essentials such as plain t shirts and shirts, purely for the simplicity and can be worn with a variety of outfits, dressed up or down for different looks.
  (I will actually blog more about my essential basics )

 Everyone has (or should have) a plain white shirt in there wardrobe. I do love a plain shirt, simple, versatile and never goes out of fashion.
 The Shirt I'm wearing is from Zara from about 3 years ago. Initially I had it tucked in, but then it was so creased I decided to tie it at the front.

I am wearing with a A line denim skirt with a variety of different shades of washed denim and buttons down the front.
Now we all remember the denim skirts we used to wear in the late 90's early 00's when growing up. Thank goodness those tight, rectangle like, low waisted shapeless ultra minis haven't found their way back in.

  I do love denim though and love how it also works so well in other shapes. I will follow this post up in a few weeks of other shaped, longer denim skirts that I have for a totally different look.

I added my plain white adidas superstars to this look as I had a busy day and knew i'd be doing a lot of walking, but equally would of looked ok with sandals or pumps.

LINKS

SKIRT | H&M
TRAINERS | ADIDAS
SHIRT | SIMILAR HERE
SHIRT | SIMILAR HERE
BAG | GUCCI 
SUNGLASSES | PORSCHE DESIGN






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